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ed to his support with the brigades of Archer, Branch, Gregg, and Pender, the last of whom was placeis attack, the brave and lamented Brigadier-General L. O'B. Branch was killed, gallantly leading hise Green Church, communicating his march to General Branch, who will immediately cross the Chickahomiranch's,A. P. Hill's,63036 7th North-Carolina,Branch's,A. P. Hill's,112 28th North-Carolina,BranchBranch's,A. P. Hill's,32629 37th North-Carolina,Branch's,A. P. Hill's,21315 18th North-Carolina,Branch'sBranch's,A. P. Hill's,21315 18th North-Carolina,Branch's,A. P. Hill's,11314 1st Tennessee,Archer's,A. P. Hill's,42024 7th Tennessee,Archer's,A. P. Hill's,,Field's,A. P. Hill's,4812 33d North-Carolina,Branch's,A. P. Hill's,178 7th North-Carolina,Branch'Branch's,A. P. Hill's,63844 28th North-Carolina,Branch's,A. P. Hill's,54550 37th North-Carolina,Branch's,Branch's,A. P. Hill's,54550 37th North-Carolina,Branch's,A. P. Hill's,97281 18th North-Carolina,Branch's,A. P. Hill's,11112 1st South-Carolina,Gregg's,A. PBranch's,A. P. Hill's,97281 18th North-Carolina,Branch's,A. P. Hill's,11112 1st South-Carolina,Gregg's,A. P. Hill's,14174188 13th South-Carolina,Gregg's,A. P. Hill's,19117136 14th South-Carolina,Gregg's,A.[8 more...]
on, moving down from Ashland, would inform General Branch of his near approach. As soon as Jackson This was about half past 2 P. M. Gregg, then Branch, and then Anderson, successively, became engagthe whole force of the enemy was in my front. Branch becoming hard pressed, Pender was sent to his eavy, I was ordered forward with my division. Branch's brigade took the route, and, with springing Second Georgia battalion, Captains French and Branch's light batteries, and Captain Goodwin's cavalery, under Lieutenant Cooper, a section of Captain Branch's battery, under Lieut. Martin, and the enix rifle guns, taken by sections, from Brem's, Branch's, and French's batteries, with the Thirtieth y immediate command at the rifle battery. Captain Branch, First Lieutenant Cooper, of French's battth ultimo, I was under the command of Brigadier-General Branch, and marched my battery, with his briment N. C. Troops, July 10, 1862. Brigadier-General L. O'B. Branch, commanding Fourth Brigade, Light[26 more...]
they were withdrawn. At this critical moment, Branch's brigade, of Hill's division, with Winder's b on the march. My order of march was, Thomas, Branch, Archer, Pender, Stafford, and Field. Arrivinrm line of battle in the woods, to the left of Branch's brigade, which completed its formation and atnay artillery, wounded. Report of Brigadier-General Branch. headquarters Branch's brigade, age this flank movement of the enemy. But General Branch's brigade coming up at this moment, his lihe line of the First brigade was parallel, General Branch opened a vigorous fire upon the enemy, whihis broken columns to a deadly cross-fire from Branch's and this brigade. About sundown, General Pered upon also by the First and Second, and General Branch's brigade, which had come up on our left, ty yards, we met a brigade (which I took to be Branch's) coming to our support. I fell immediately enemy; and as their retreat became a run, General Branch's brigade arrived upon the extension of my[13 more...]
ence to the left of the road. The brigades of Branch and Field, Colonel Brockenbrough commanding thmptly carried out, Pender, Archer, Thomas, and Branch steadily advancing. Branch, on the extreme leBranch, on the extreme left, thrown considerably back, met no resistance, and Brockenbrough, on the extreme right, being sepaed this hill with infantry, but no artillery. Branch and Gregg were ordered to continue the march ahich crossed the Antietam, near its mouth, and Branch, Gregg, and Archer extending to the left and cIntosh's guns, and drove them back pell-mell. Branch and Gregg, with their old veterans, sternly he that the firing was from the skirmishers from Branch's and Gregg's brigades, who mistook us for theformed some thirty paces to my rear, where General Branch was killed, and Colonel Lane, assuming comed a left enfilade artillery fire upon us. General Branch then ordered the Twenty-eighth regiment toury of the assaults, when the brigades of Generals Branch and Early, having been sent to our assist[42 more...]